Jessica Twentyman, Editor, IP Expo Europe; Kate Craig-Wood, MD, Memset; Peter Mansell, Sales Manager, HP Helion
In the age of 'cloud-first' IT strategies, how are businesses deciding where and how to host their workloads? How do they decide between public and private cloud - and how can they avoid making the wrong choice? Finding answers to these tricky questions looks set to be a popular theme at IP EXPO EUROPE 2014.
Join us for this exclusive panel debate, in which Consulting Editor Jessica Twentyman will be joined by Kate Craig-Wood, co-founder and managing director of cloud hosting company Memset, and Peter Mansell, sales manager for HP Helion at systems, software and services giant Hewlett-Packard.
Attendees will learn:
- the difference between public and private cloud computing and how organisations choose between them;
- why the hybrid cloud model may offer the best of both worlds, and how a cloud platform like HP Helion can help;
- how leading cloud hosting companies such as Memset are able to advise customers on the best cloud model for their own workloads - and offer all three;
- how smart companies are tackling the cloud integration challenge, stitching cloud systems together to create a coherent whole.